All posts by Andy Jones-Wilkins

Andy Jones-Wilkins

finished in the top 10 men at the Western States 100 7-straight times. He's sponsored by Patagonia and Drymax socks and is iRunFar's editorialist.

Are Records Made to be Broken?
Are Records Made to be Broken?
on May 10, 2019
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AJW writes about four records in trail ultrarunning that are yet to be broken.


The Legend of Meghan Laws and Luanne Park
The Legend of Meghan Laws and Luanne Park
on May 3, 2019
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How Meghan Laws and Luanne Park finished in the top 10 at the 2019 Canyons 100k.


Michele Yates’s 2013 Ultrarunning Season
Michele Yates’s 2013 Ultrarunning Season
on April 26, 2019
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Remembering Michele Yates’s incredible 2013 in trail ultrarunning.


Comeback Stories
Comeback Stories
on April 12, 2019
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AJW looks at comeback stories of various sorts and what they offer us.


My Thoughts on the 2019 Georgia Death Race Controversy
My Thoughts on the 2019 Georgia Death Race Controversy
on April 5, 2019
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AJW writes about the 2019 Georgia Death Race controversy.


Lake/Wood 2020 Presidential Bid Announced
Lake/Wood 2020 Presidential Bid Announced
on April 1, 2019
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Lazarus Lake and Blake Wood announce they will run for the United States’s 2020 Presidential and Vice Presidential elections.


The Mental Game: Beating Those Dreaded Paved Sections
The Mental Game: Beating Those Dreaded Paved Sections
on March 29, 2019
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AJW writes about staying focused in long trail ultramarathons when there’s a couple miles of pavement.


Geoff Roes and His 2010 Ultrarunning Season
Geoff Roes and His 2010 Ultrarunning Season
on March 22, 2019
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A look back at Geoff Roes’s 2010 in ultrarunning.


The Importance of Those Around Us
The Importance of Those Around Us
on March 8, 2019
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An essay about the importance of the people who support us in sport and life.


Making Meaningful Milestones
Making Meaningful Milestones
on March 1, 2019
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AJW writes about how certain milestones of distance, time, and achievement can have meaning in running.